KMBC 9 checked with the local police to see if there were any updates on the case. For those of you who are not from the Kansas City area, KMBC 9 is a local news station in kansas city. When they checked with the police, the police indicated that there were no new developments in the case, and no new tips or information regarding baby Lisa’s whereabouts. The detectives that originally worked on the case when it was getting so much media attention are still working on the case, but they just have no new information coming in. I wasn’t there so I don’t know if they really pursued every single lead that they could, but perhaps they just have no leads they could pursue that they didn’t already investigate. A sad story of someone escaping justice. Perhaps the story is not finished being written for Lisa Irwin.
They’ve involved a psychic in the case, which is pretty crazy to me. But anyway the psychic’s tip didn’t find the baby.
The police have shut down their active investigative team because leads are not coming in very quickly any more. I don’t know if they looked into the psychic lead or not.
what do you think of psychics helping out with this case.
For those of you following this Lisa Irwin case, her parents moved back into their house that they’ve been away from during this whole time. If you try to call their lawyer, his voice mail says he is on vacation and unavailable. He was pretty much keeping the parents on lockdown before he left, which at this point might be wise, what do you think? I know that the more desperate police get to pin this on someone, the more they will look for any reason to nail the parents and take them to court. If they don’t say anything and Lisa Irwin’s body is not found, there will simply be no case. (unless more external evidence can be found, which seems unlikely given how deeply they’ve combed through everything related to Lisa Irwin.)
I’m not saying the parents did it, I’m just saying it is probably wise, from their perspective, to keep quiet at this point. Anything they say can and will be used against them.
I just read an article from the end of October saying that the 2:30 a.m. phone call made from Deborah Bradley, Lisa Irwin’s mother, was a false rumor. Apparently the phones were shut off for non-payment, which is also why the police couldn’t ping them.
The phones were discovered missing when they tried to call 911 after realizing Baby Lisa was missing. (Even cell phones without service have 911 capabilities.)
However, the father called 911 on his work cell when he arrived home at 4 a.m. So why was there any delay in calling for help, or why the story with the missing cell phones?
Check out this video, it really goes over all the facts of the baby lisa case step by step. Really does a good job of summing everything up that has been going on. We’re still pretty far from getting all the info we need, and the police aren’t talking.
During the course of the investigation into Baby Lisa Irwin’s disappearance, information about the amount of alcohol her mother, Deborah Bradley, consumed that evening. She is seen on video around 5:00 that day purchasing a box of wine at a local store.
As she had three young children in her care that night, Bradley may face child endangerment charges. In addition to baby Lisa, Bradley’s older son,s aged five and eight, were also in the house. A neighbor, Samantha Brando, was also at the house for a portion of the evening with her four year old daughter.
As it’s been a month since the disappearance, the police are declaring the investigation inactive. Some think this is in hopes of making an impression on the parents and forcing them into being more directly involved in the case. Police have still not been able to interview the sons, who were at home at the time of Baby Lisa’s disappearance.
After a month of no leads and the media coming down even harder on Debby Bradley, baby Lisa Irwin’s mother, Bradley’s father speaks out in tears.
“People are judging whether Debbie’s crying enough, or if she’s crying too much, or if her lip curls up in some body language secret, or if Jeremy doesn’t show enough emotion,” says David Netz Jr., Bradley’s father, weeping. “The whole thing is insanity times 10.”
Most family accounts of Bradly are positive, saying that she is a very loving mother and not capable of a violent act. According to several family members, however, dysfunction and alcoholism feature prominently in family stories.
The family has moved again, to an undisclosed location. They are no longer cooperating with authorities.
News came out today about the phone call made from baby Lisa Irwin’s mother’s cell phone on the night of Lisa’s disappearance.
Apparently, the call was placed to a woman whose ex-boyfriend has a reported history of break-ins in the Kansas City area. Might this be some kind of lead?
Megan Wright, who lived only one mile from the mother, Deborah Bradley, said she never received the call. She stated that the phone was being shared with several other people and was not in her possession on the night in question.
However, a resident from the home disagreed with this statement and said that they do not share phones.
Both parents maintain that they were unable to make calls.
On October 9th, the police staged a break-in to the home of missing Lisa Irwin’s family to put the intruder theory to the test. Although they by and large refused to comment, the cameras showed investigators struggling to obtain entry without making a good deal of noise.
“What the cameras saw speaks for itself,” said Captain Steve Young.
A front window showed tampering, perhaps indicating a point of entry for an intruder. Film of the staged event showed the police unable to quietly enter the home, a screen loudly falling as they clambered through the window.
Though over 250 tips have flooded in during the course of the investigation, no viable leads have been found. Police continue to investigate, focusing mainly on the family now.
On October 17th, a report was released stating that a cadaver search dog ‘indicated a positive ‘hit’ for the scent of a deceased human in an area of the floor” in the the bedroom of the mother (Deborah).
The family’s lawyer, Joe Tacopina, appeared on the Today show and suggested that the response could have been triggered by the smell of a dirty diaper.
This seems like it would be a good time to let the two older two children speak to authorities, as they were supposedly sleeping with mom on the night of the disappearance.